Birmingham, AL asked in Criminal Law for Tennessee

Q: Can someone be put on a criminal trespassing list if never signed any of the papers?

I had this issue start happening months ago when I met my boyfriend. His exes family all lives in the same apartment complex and ever since he started dating me they have been harassing us and stalking us but told the landlord we where harassing them and put him on a criminal trespass list that him nor I never signed. After a while the landlord just didn’t care because all they did was constantly complain to the landlord about us and she never cared he was here even Though she has seen him on the property. Now we have a new landlord who’s threatening to evict me because they keep Going to complain about my boyfriend and I constantly and anytime I tried to explain my side of the story it never got heard. I even wrote letters to the first landlord but I honestly think she didn’t do nothing about them harassing us and his exes grandma was caught on camera threatening to beat my boyfriend with a stick but they never got in trouble and we are still being harassed and stalked.

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Cayley Turrin
Cayley Turrin
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  • Brentwood, TN
  • Licensed in Tennessee

A: I would talk to a landlord tenant attorney about your issue.

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